Cash Money records H.N.I.C.’s were in Atlanta last week to answer a lawsuit filed in by an Atlanta-area woman. The facts of this suit reads like a bad BET movie on a Saturday night.
Nicole Westmoreland claims she was supposed to be given an opportunity to make a business presentation, but instead she says she was “exposed to illegal drugs and explicit sexual activity” before the act took place. She identified Cash Money employee Alfred Cleveland as the man who committed the assault.
Westmoreland claims Brian Williams invited her to the studio to make a presentation for his employees. She says Williams left her in a lounge area. She said Cleveland assaulted her when she went to a restroom.
Apparently Cleveland is in prison serving out time for the incident. And now Westmoreland is suing the record company over the physical assault. But wait it gets worse.
Nicoleclaims she was offered $100,000 not to go to police, which she refused. She said the company threatened her life if she refused to drop the case.
“That if I didn’t drop it that they were going to kill me,” said Westmoreland in court on Tuesday.
Record company lawyer Jim Cox refuted that claim. The defense denies that Cleveland was an employee of that company; they claim he was a friend.
What a mess. Phone calls of death threats (allegedly), really? Geesh. It seems to be in Cash Money’s best interest to settle this matter. PRONTO!
Weed and porno flick playing in the background? Really?? You can take the man out of the hood, but sometimes you can’t take the hood out of the man…(allegedly of course!)
Contributing information from @FuturisticBlog
The recording studio looks similar to Patchwerk, doesn’t it?
Dude looks like a rapist…er sexual assaulter.
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